The Collection by Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage | Winter 2022

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COLLECTION

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M A RK C R ITCH L IF E's A CRITCH

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The NATURE of ArCHITECTURE

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CONTENTS

DESIGN & DECOR 8 THE NATURE OF ARCHITECTURE Working with the landscape in cottage design

ARTS & CULTURE 16 THE SILK ROADS The Aga Khan Museum: Hidden Stories

Q&A 24 LIFE'S A CRITCH In conversation with Mark Critch

FOOD & DRINK 36 KEEP IT SIMPLE Maintaining the love for cooking

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REAL ESTATE 42 SMALL BUILDING, BIG VISION Makan Condos + Lofts

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DEPARTMENTS 6 PRESIDENT'S LETTER 48 LISTING DIRECTORY

Harvey Kalles Chairman & Ceo Michael Kalles President Jeremy Finkelstein Editor Leslie Richman Bender Co-Editor Sara Hollander Art Director Aaron Feldman Graphic Designer

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WINTER 2022

PRES I DE N T ' S L E T T E R Welcome to the Winter edition of The Collection. We hope you are enjoying the season, and are able to spend quality time with friends and family. This year has not been without its challenges. As we enter a period of uncertainty stemming from a new COVID variant, 2021 looks to be closing out much the same way as it began. Fortunately, Ontarians, by and large, have embraced the government’s vaccination efforts, as we continue to do our part for the health and welfare of our community. Looking back at 2021 in real estate, it was a banner year for the industry. Though final sales figures have not been released, by the end of November, the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) had already shown more than 115,000 sales on the MLS. This set a new sales record for a calendar year, surpassing the previous high that was established in 2016, and marking just the third time that sales have exceeded 100,000. And, it’s not just resale that has surged. Greater Toronto’s new homes and condos

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THE NATURE of Wor ki n g wi th th e lan ds cape i n cottage desi gn Even the most casual real estate watchers will have noticed the increased enthusiasm for vacation property. With some travel restrictions in place, and an increased emphasis being placed on health and wellness, the demand for cottages, cabins, farmhouses and recreation property has skyrocketed. Certainly, regular access to a country home can play a significant role in maintaining our physical and emotional health. In a rural setting, we can escape the often-hectic pace of urban life to relax and connect with nature, family, hobbies, or even a good book. Though the natural environment is central to any northern experience, equal attention should be paid to the dwelling and how it interacts with the landscape. If you are planning to build or renovate a dream getaway, there are some key principles to consider so that your property realizes its full potential. These include: capturing dramatic views of the landscape to fully experience both the settings and the seasons; maximizing natural light and ventilation through the use of large, operable windows and skylights; integrating interior and exterior spaces; specifying a material palette that reflects the natural qualities of the site; and implementing a sustainability strategy to ensure the building treads lightly on the earth. To offer inspiration and context, here are three 4-season retreats designed by Toronto-based architectural firm superkül that make full use of these guiding principles. 8 | the COLLECTION


ARCHITECTURE Woodhous e

Location: Sin ghampton, Ontario Size: 1,150 sf existing cottage + 1,660 sf renovation

This striking rural country house was designed for a couple and their two children near Creemore, Ontario in the Municipality of Grey Highlands. Comprised of an existing 19th-century log cabin and a modern addition, the house is sited within a large clearing on a heavily wooded 90-acre site. Retention of the historic, rustic qualities of the existing building was paramount; it remains distinct and separate, yet connected to the new addition by a glazed link. The two building forms are unified into a cohesive whole through the material expression of exterior cladding materials: riffing on the rough-hewn logs of the old cabin, charred wood siding is a modern interpretation that ensures visual and textural continuity. Similarly, a low gable roof was chosen for the new addition to reference the existing cabin as an integral compositional element of the scheme. Tiltand-turn windows with a black aluminum exterior finish create a seamlessly defined exterior envelope.

woodhouse // photo by alex fradkin

An exterior breezeway divides the kitchen and dining area from the privacy of the sleeping quarters – a key aspect of the design that allows the clients to fully experience the seasons and the natural elements all year long. Sixteen-foot-long wood panels are hung from the soffit and can slide across the length of the façade to fully enclose the breezeway, thus offering protection from even the harshest winter winds. When these sliding doors are closed, a vaulted ceiling featuring a bank of four north-facing skylights opens up the space, refocusing attention from the horizontal plane of landscape beyond to the sky above. A suspended fireplace is a focal point of the space…a literal hearth around which the family can gather. The house reflects the affable and lively spirit of the clients, embodied in the warm, textured material palette and diversity of spatial conditions. Most importantly, to facilitate their insistence on an ever-present connection to the landscape, the architectural strategy prioritizes the seamless flow of interior and exterior spaces with as few visual, physical and mechanical barriers to the experience of the home and property.

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woodhouse // photo by alex fradkin

Compas s Hous e Location: Mulmur, Ontario Size: 3,515 sf

Located on the Niagara Escarpment, this weekend home for a family of six transcends ordinary domestic programming to create a place of spiritual resonance. Through its siting, tectonics and materiality, it balances intimacy and expansiveness, light and dark, land and sky — orienting and heightening one’s experience of the surrounding environment.

woodhouse // photo by kayla rocca

judiciously placed skylights in the soaring pitched roof planes of the house, which allow soft washes of light to illuminate the interior. Inspired by the historical precedent of the longhouse, all rooms and spaces enjoy pronounced natural light and ventilation. A generously scaled, yet intimate family space, including kitchen, dining and living areas, forms the central hub, with bedrooms comfortably

With forests to the west, a hill to the south, and 100 acres of fields to the north and east, Compass House is surrounded by a thicket of trees to provide windbreak and a sense of enclosure. Its white exterior registers the seasons, distinct amidst the green fields of summer, and melding into a winter landscape of waning light and snow. Constructed with fieldstone found on the property, low retaining walls create a plinth for the house and ground it in the land. Two perpendicular wings enclose an intimately scaled outdoor courtyard. In response to the building’s low-lying horizontality, the totemic form of the outdoor fireplace adds a critical vertical counterpoint. In addition, so do the 10 | the COLLECTION

compass house // photo by ben rahn


compass house // photo by ben rahn

compass house // photo by ben rahn

separated on either end. Floors and walls made from white oak and knotty white cedar are textured and warm. In contrast, the ceiling above the main space is white, expansive and seemingly boundless. The distinct difference in materiality echoes the meeting of land and sky outside. On the exterior, the firm’s commitment to architecture that endures is manifest in the use of low-maintenance

Little Red s tone

Location: Haliburton Highlands, Ontario Size: 1,623 sf

Located on a quiet lake in Ontario’s Haliburton Highlands, this modest family cottage seeks to integrate directly with its natural surroundings to offer a sylvan refuge at the water’s edge.

little redstone // photo by james brittain

construction materials such as cement-board siding, aluminum windows and a steel roof. Phase One of the project is LEED Gold-certified, and this commitment to sustainability carries into Phase Two with a design that prioritizes natural daylighting, passive ventilation, high insulation values and construction waste reduction. The provision of an in-ground geothermal system furthers the goal of what is already exceptional energy performance. The home sits at the base of a steep hill that cascades down toward Little Redstone Lake, secreted away from view, while featuring generous vantage points out onto the water. Clad in lightly burned and brushed cypress, the charred hue camouflages the cottage and establishes it as part of the forested landscape. This allows the site’s natural features and native trees to remain foregrounded and primary.

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little redstone // photo by james brittain

While the exterior blends with the terrain, the interiors consist of white-washed birch plywood, providing a serene counterpoint that evokes a deep sense of tranquility. The house is awash in natural light, bringing the interior experience into harmony with the rhythms and moods of the outdoors. Glazing along the main floor offers full vistas of the lake and beyond, interrupted only by a concrete and blackened steel fireplace. The hearth proposes a demarcation between living and dining areas in the otherwise open space, and is adjacent to a full kitchen outfitted with ample storage. This four-season cottage boasts enough space to sleep 10 comfortably — a priority for the clients who share this space with family members and friends And, it was designed to meet high energy-efficiency standards, ensuring comfort throughout the year. In-floor radiant heat provides a cozy warmth during the colder months, while ductwork circulates hot air from the wood-burning fireplace more widely 12 | the COLLECTION

throughout the house. The strategic placement of operable windows along the double-height staircase is intended to encourage passive ventilation, as temperatures rise in the spring and summer. At the edge of the lake, just beyond the trees that sit between the cottage and the water, a small pavilion sits perched above the stones along the shore. Two walls of glass open at a columnless corner to expand the space, providing the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine while taking in a summer sunset.

superkül is a Toronto-based architecture firm established in 2002. In creating buildings of true and lasting value, the team is anchored in the belief that great design is a process, not a preconceived idea. For more information, visit www.superkul.ca



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The Aga Khan Museum presents HIDDEN STORIES By Louise Nunn

Long before the flights, immigration and online networks that now easily connect the east with the west, the link between countries was a network of dusty roads and worn sea routes. Think of it…the only source of knowledge for the world outside one’s hometown would have been through the books and traders travelling the Silk Roads. The Aga Khan Museum’s new exhibition, Hidden Stories: Books Along the Silk Roads, blends beautiful, old books with cutting-edge technologies to examine this all-important transmission of ideas – without which the world would not look the same today. “In general, the Silk Roads fascinate us all, I think – regardless of our cultural and religious background,” says Dr. Filiz Çakır Phillip, cocurator of the exhibition. “It’s where diverse cultures meet each other and create synergy and a platform for exchange. The time we currently live in [with the pandemic], is difficult for all of us, because we want to be connected to each other, to travel and discover unknown worlds. I think this exhibition can offer us [this].”

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learned man. attributed to basawan india, 1575–80 ce. ink and opaque watercolour on paper. aga khan museum, akm906

amulet scroll. ethiopia, thomas fisher rare book library, mss 08024

Hidden Stories is a collaboration between the Aga Khan Museum and the Book and the Silk Roads Project at the University of Toronto. Overall, the exhibition displays 110 objects: over 40 come from the Museum’s own collection, and the rest come from partnerships with the Royal Ontario Museum, the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, Western University and the Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf Collection.

Crossroads. Recent advances with micro-CT through the Book and Silk Roads Project inspired this collaborative in-person exhibition.

The exhibition is set up as both a road to travel along, and a book to open and examine from beginning to end. Visitors start with an introduction to the Silk Roads, then move through five carefully curated rooms: The Making of the Book, Gathering Around the Book, The Book and the Body, Micro-CT, and Intercultural

Micro-CT, just like a CT scan, takes a 3D, non-invasive picture of the insides of a book to allow researchers to look within long-closed books. “Some of the manuscripts are so fragile, you can’t even open them up,” Dr. Çakır Phillip explains, excited at micro-CT’s potential for research, but also for preservation. “I always believe as curator, I am responsible for the collection now, but I have borrowed it from the next generation.” Micro-CT can also be found on the exhibition’s digital companion site that will remain updated with new research long after the in-person exhibition has finished. WINTER 2022 | 17


One of the largest artifacts in Hidden Stories might not seem to belong in the exhibition at first. It is a 3-foot by 8-foot beautiful green cloth, illuminated with a thick border of red, green, and blue starshaped etchings accented by gold leaf. In the middle of the cloth, spread out equidistant from one another, are five similarly coloured, geometric flowers. A beautiful cloth, certainly, yet hidden in the tiniest of script, covering every inch of the green fibres lies another treasure: the flowing story of the complete Qur’an.

robe. central asia, 20th century ce. wool, woven, felted, and embroidered aga khan museum, ps24

As visitors lean in, the fine ridges on the cloth turn out to be a miniscule calligraphy script known as ghubar in Arabic (meaning “dust”). This is just one of the many hidden stories on display at the museum. Like this cloth, each artifact holds a unique set of clues to the culture and the people it has come from. For example, the Qur’an On Cloth was created by a calligrapher in India. Dr. Çakır Phillip explains that the calligrapher inscribed on the cloth his start date and end date (this was three years in the making). These personal touches create a unique key that connects the viewer to the date, time, and person behind it. “The more you learn about a book, the more you learn about the person or persons behind the book,” Dr. Çakır Phillip explains. In using books as the centre of their exhibition, Dr. Çakır Phillip points out that an essential part of the roads were the ideas, faiths, and cultures found along the Silk Roads. But what “counts” as a book? The Qur’an on cloth may not have come to mind at first, but Dr. Çakır Phillip and her colleagues at the Book and Silk Roads Project dare visitors to look beyond the usual rectangular, bound books we might be used to. “Can we call a book, a book, if it is in a scroll shape, or if it is written on cloth? There are many hidden stories and that is key.” Visitors will see stories written on colourful scrolls, single leaves of paper or parchment, concertina (think accordion folding), pothi (long stacked sheets connected by a string), and the more familiar, codex. Including all these forms of bookmaking in this exhibition was very important because many of

prayer sheet (avalokiteśvara). china, dunhuang, august 4, 947 ce. woodblock print on paper. on loan from the royal ontario museum, 927.24

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these other forms were more common in certain countries along the Silk Roads than codex…to remove the form would have been to remove the rich cultural contributions of that region. One of the first display cases in Hidden Stories contains the oldest pages in the exhibition – two artifacts from the 10th century that are from opposite ends of the Silk Roads. There is a Chinese prayer sheet, stamped using a woodblock print on paper, and two leaves of the Mishnah, or Oral Torah, from Egypt, written in ink on parchment. These two artifacts are opposites in many ways: they represent two places, two religions, two types of paper and two stages of printing. Yet, they both represent the co-existence of Jewish practices and ideas with Buddhist norms and thoughts – not to mention Muslim, Hindu, and other groups. Dr. Çakır Phillip explains: “Our approach [for this exhibition] was to display the richness of the Silk

marriage contract (ketubah) of david ben shabettov and serula bat samuel. greece, thessaloniki, march 24, 1797 ce./26 adar 5557. opaque watercolour and gold on paper and parchment. on loan from the royal ontario museum, 974x409.1

prayer book (dala'il al- khayrat). india, probably kashmir, 1818 ce. lacquer binding; opaque watercolour, ink, and gold on paper. aga khan museum, akm27

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the tantra of the five protectoresses (pancaraksatantra), tibet, on loan from the thomas fisher rare book library, mss 00015

Roads and explore how these cultures were engaged with each other, how they learn from each other, and how the same tradition could exist in different cultures and to help [visitors] see this artistic culmination in books.” Hidden Stories paints a beautiful and lasting picture of the east and west converging. Here, cultural artifacts from across the world exist side by side under the same roof, to tell their stories – each from their own unique perspective. “By studying them we can learn so much about our past. And they help us to understand our present and prepare us for our future.”

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IN CONVERSATION WITH MARK CRITCH We l l - k n ow n f o r h i s wo r k o n C a n a d a ’s l o n g e s t r u n n i n g comedy series, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, comedian Mark Critch’s career began a little further f rom the n a t i o n a l s t a g e . Wo r k i n g a l o n g s i d e a c a s t o f d i s p l a c e d f isherman f rom a small tourist town in his native Newfoundland, Critch clearly embraced the maxim: There are no small roles, only small actors. For the better part of two decade,s he has since applied his considerable talents as a writer, anchor, and roving reporter to bring Canadian politicians and A-list celebrities into living rooms across the country. His new memoir, An Embarrassment of Critch’s, is already a national bestseller, taking the reader behind the scenes of some of the most memorable moments of his career. This winter, he will be launching a new television show, Son of a Critch, based on his f irst memoir about growing up in Newfoundland. We c a u g h t u p w i t h t h e f a m e d c o m i c to t a l k a b o u t his start in showbiz, the new show, and what we can expect f rom a new year in politics. WINTER 2022 | 25


The Collection: When did you first get the acting bug? Mark Critch: In sixth grade, a nun at school came and said “you're going to be in the play.” I said, “please, don't do this to me.” It was a tougher school and you did not want to be in the play…there was no arguing with the nun. It was a Christmas play, told through the point of view of the innkeeper who turned Joseph and Mary away. And it turned out my father, during the war, had played the same role in this obscure little play at an American base. From there, I wanted to do sketch comedy, when I was about 15, and met up with other like-minded fellows. We rented a theatre in St. John's, the former Longshoremen's Protective Union, and they gave us a 60/40 split of the door and said go on at 11pm. So we played to a small collection of our friends who were allowed out late and some tipsy sailors. I was hooked. TC: Your career coincided with, and was bolstered by, the collapse of Newfoundland’s fishing industry.

MC: All of a sudden, in 1992, the government said that's it. After 500 years, there will be no more cod fishing in Newfoundland. There's a moratorium, the stock is too weak. Tens of thousands of people were put out of work overnight. A lot of government programs popped up, one was called TAGS, The Atlantic Groundfish Strategy. It was to retrain people who worked in the fishery. They decided to retrain a bunch of people in the town of Trinity, probably a population of 60 year-round, to become actors. There was a historical pageant, a walking tour of the town. People would dress up like old time fisherman…basically, ghosts of themselves. And that was their way forward. I was brought out from Saint John’s to fill in some of the gaps and to help teach acting. So that was my big start, doing all kinds of plays. We did Saltwater Moon, and we also did Shakespeare. A lot of the guys said, ‘Ye crowds are crazy, we can't be doing Shakespeare, ye crowds are nuts. So, I said, hang on a second. I circled all the Ye’s in the script and said, see, you’re already speaking Shakespearean. We went on to have great success and that theatre company is still

OF ALL THE CHARACTERS I’VE HAD THE CHANCE TO PLAY, DONALD TRUMP WAS THE MOST FUN. I NEVER THOUGHT THAT MY MOST BIZARRE LOOK WOULD BE A REAL PERSON. PHOTO CREDIT: COREY ISENOR, THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES © 2021

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there today. Thousands of people come every year to see them in that town. It’s quite remarkable. TC: You’re best known for This Hour Has 22 Minutes. The original cast were all Newfoundlanders. Is there something about the province that lends itself to political comedy? MC: In Newfoundland, all the politicians are big characters, almost like wrestlers. You have to be like a John Crosby or Danny Williams, to bring something else to the table, to keep up with the natural witticism of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. My dad was a reporter, so we would always talk politics. I knew cabinet ministers, as well as I knew the cast of Happy Days. So, in sketch comedy as a teenager, then later touring the island doing a political review, satire was always one of the things I did. TC: It’s the longest running comedy show in Canadian history. What’s been the secret to its success? MC: It's reactionary. Every week something happens in the news and we get to make fun of it. Each week is different. We might get a new cast on our show, but we also get a new cast of characters. I remember when Stephen Harper was in and he was a great foil, and Jean Chretien was grabbing people by the throat, and how do you top this? But then in comes Justin Trudeau, and in comes Donald Trump. TC: Do you have any favourite moments? MC: Oh, so many…that show’s taken me to China, Russia, Jordan. I've got to be in the basement of the White House and hang off the top of the Peace Tower. But a lot of my favourite moments are the moments behind the scenes. You get to see a different side of politicians, and sometimes they get to be on the sidelines of quite historic moments…and you were there to pop out and make fun of it. TC: You've got a new show coming this winter based on your book, Son of a Critch. What can audiences expect?

22 MINUTES IS THE LONGEST-RUNNING SCRIPTED SERIES IN CANADIAN HISTORY. PHOTO CREDIT: AARON MCKENZIE FRASER, THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES © 2021

MC: Well, it’s the story of my life, growing up in Saint John’s. It's set in 1986, the first season is me going into junior high to a new school. I lived on the outskirts of Saint John’s, so my life wasn't the whales and the icebergs, nor was it a city life with other kids. I was kind of on my own. There were no kids where I lived, and I was raised by a lot of older folk. So, it's the story of a kid, older than his years, trying to navigate the life of his peers and trying to fit in. Malcolm McDowell, the brilliant English actor, who people would know from A Clockwork Orange, Entourage, and a million other things, he plays my grandfather. And in the show, young Mark shares a bedroom with him, and he is his confidant. And the kid playing me is this brilliant actor from Yorkshire, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth. He just turned 13, and he's playing Pinocchio opposite Tom Hanks in a new Disney adaptation. He's one of the best actors, if not the best actor, I've ever worked with, and he’s only 13. He's really special. So, we have an incredible cast, the writing is good, there's great music by Keith Power and the great Alan Doyle. I can't wait for Canadians to come over to my house and meet the family. WINTER 2022 | 27


THERE’S NOTHING MORE EXCITING THAN DOING AN INTERVIEW WITHOUT A NET, WHETHER WITH PRIME MINISTERS LIKE, CHRÉTIEN, OR HOPEFUL PRIME MINISTERS LIKE SCHEER OR MULCAIR. PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO

TC: This year, Canada lost a great comedian in Norm MacDonald. You posted a photo of him that I'm sure no one from the public had seen. How did your paths cross? MC: That's not my photo, it's a picture that had been shared by a friend of mine, but I knew Norm from Twitter. We had lots of mutual friends, but I hadn't met him. But then he was a great Twitterer and very lovely in direct messages. We’d chat every now and then, and he would be incredibly supportive and hyper-aware of what was going on in Canada. I think that he had a real love of that fellowship of stand-up comedians. He was very supportive of young comics on the road, very loyal, and I think he had a real nostalgia for those days in Ottawa doing stand-up. So, he was one of the greatest comedians ever, but the great thing about him was he was Canadian to the core and always had an eye on what was going on up here, to kind of see if he could help in any way or just be supportive. I know a lot of young comedians he reached out to…it can be a tough business, it can be depressing at times, and when someone like him reaches out and goes ‘hey, I think you're funny, I think you're doing great, don't change, keep going on the road, you're going to get there,’ that'll get

someone through a year. And I think he got a lot of comedians through a lot of years, just with kindness. TC: What are your predictions for Canadian politics in the year 2022? MC: Mr. O'Toole has sharks circling around him in his party, there’s already been a couple of challenges to his leadership. I see some splintering in the Conservative Party coming, and I don't think he can hold it together. There's more of a far right and more to the middle sides of the party, so there's going to be some warring there and that'll be interesting. I think Mr. Singh is very happy to be propping Mr. Trudeau's government up for a while because after COVID and these elections, all of these parties are broke. So, somehow, yet again, Justin Trudeau has been able to, like a bull in the china shop, come out the other door without any scratches. But in the next election, I think perhaps Mr. Trudeau may have finally worn himself out and I think we might see all new faces, except for Mr. Singh in the next election. Which will be good for 22 Minutes, because heading into our third decade, once again, we’ll get a refresh of all new characters to kind of make fun of and play with.

Mark Critch is one of the most recognized faces in Canadian comedy, starring on CBC’s flagship show This Hour Has 22 Minutes. For more information on his new memoir and upcoming television series, visit https://twitter.com/markcritch

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16 S T RAT HE DE N ROAD ONE OF TORONTO'S MOST SIGNIFICANT HOMES Enter through the grand mahogany front door, and you are welcomed into a foyer that features marble flooring and a view to the grand living room and the spectacular library. The living room boasts a marble fireplace and is open to the solarium and dining room. The solarium features soaring cathedral ceilings and is surrounded by panelled windows. A striking antiqued mirrored feature wall provides a beautiful backdrop for the dining room. The gourmet kitchen is finished with marble countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, a breakfast area, and an office area with built-ins. The family room features a glass surround cupola ceiling, Onyx fireplace, screened outdoor room with a fireplace plus TV. Three sets of double doors lead to the rear gardens, entertaining area and pools. An elevator and a 750-bottle wine cellar complete the main level. The lower level is perfect for entertainers and car aficionados alike, and boasts a spa, gym, home theater, entertainment area and a vehicle showroom. The vehicle showroom houses 10 cars and 4 motorcycles, and is complete with a cantilevered hydraulic sub terrain lift and a tempered glass wall with a view into the wetbar/billiards room. The landscaped rear gardens feature an outdoor and indoor (screened) sitting area, a pool, a year-round hot tub, fireplace, pizza oven and BBQ area. bedrooms: 6 bathrooms: 10 approx square footage: l 0,500 sf above grade 7,325 sf lower level

parking: 11-car showroom Wide, multi-car driveway lot size: 150' x 135'

OFFERED AT: $26,900,000 Karen Rosenberg, Sales Representative 416.432.2601 | karosenberg@trebnet.com Geraldine Del Zotto, Sales Representative 416.816.0899 | gdelzotto55@gmail.com

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K EE P IT SIM PLE Maintaining the love for cooking With Trish Magwood

Trish Magwood, chef and food author, understands the importance of the family table. It’s where we gather, eat, connect and unwind from the chaos of the day. The table takes on an even more central role during the holiday season. To keep the cooking part simple, so we can spend more time with friends and family, Trish has authored a new book, My New Table. This collection of more than 100 recipes is a celebration of the modern table, however you choose to define it. Ms. Magwood joined The Collection to share some holiday meal tips and share one of her favourite seasonal recipes.

THE COLLECTION: Your recipes are all simple and straightforward, and the method is never more than a page long. Is that a goal of yours? TRISH MAGWOOD: 100 percent. I want to maintain the love for cooking and food. Sometimes, when it's too long and cumbersome, you lose the love. So, the idea of the book is relatively quick cooking, with ingredients we have on hand, and loosely following local and seasonal. TC: Do you have a favourite winter meal? TM: I’ve got my eyes on the Curry Chicken Thighs and Pomegranates. It's festive just by virtue of it having pomegranates, and it stays true to my ‘keep it simple’ mandate…and the kids love it, it has that unique crunch. I think it's a nice simple, pre-holiday meal. Curried Chicken Thighs with Pomegranate WINTER 2022 | 37


Brussel Sprouts with Pancetta and Dates

TC: What’s the key to making a successful holiday meal? TM: Being organized, planning ahead. The most arduous tasks are often not the cooking or the preparing, but the conceiving and shopping. Once your food’s at home, the rest is kind of easy. It's just about figuring out what you're going to do so you're not scrambling last minute. TC: What will be on your holiday table this year? TM: I picked up some pretty, simple tabletop stuff from Hopson Grace in Toronto. I start with setting a table that can last for days and weeks, and not be super holiday specific. I love lots of sides so that there are many options. We all do potluck in my family. My mom does the main, so I'm usually relegated to the sides. So, I’ll mix it up with brussels sprouts, potato tomato gratin, some roasted carrots. I like having more sides than less. TC: What’s an ingredient we all need to get familiar with? TM: Turmeric. We always talk about using what’s in your cupboard, but turmeric is showing up more often, with soups in particular. I have a butternut squash soup, and turmeric adds depth and complexity of flavour and colour. Also, there's some helpful health bonuses to it, so you might not have it on hand, but turmeric is a nice ingredient to add. TC: Do you have a favourite food store in Toronto? TM: I have lots but I am guilty of the decadent indulgence of Summerhill Market and Harvest Wagon…they have the most beautiful produce, 365 days a year. TC: Do you have any New Year's resolutions?

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TM: Oh gosh, that's planning ahead…deeper efforts to make meaningful connections with dear friends. How about that?


CHRISTMAS EUCHRE TOURNEY SALAD Our friends in Creemore host a big annual euchre tournament. The first year I was invited, I was new to euchre—which wasn’t ideal for this party. So I won them over by offering to bring a salad, which became a ritual. Years later, I tied for second place and won part of the pot of money. Even so, I’m still terrible at euchre but it’s one of the best nights—all about friends, good food, and games. | Serves 6

INGREDIENTS

3 cups peeled, de-seeded + cubed butternut squash ¼ cup + 1 tbsp olive oil Salt + freshly cracked pepper 1 red bell pepper 4 cups chopped kale + mixed greens ¼ cup aged balsamic vinegar 1 1/2 cups pickled onions ¼ cup pepitas, toasted 1/2 cup soft goat cheese

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METHOD Preheat the oven to 425°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Spread the squash out on the prepared sheet. Drizzle with 1 tablespoon of the olive oil, and season with salt and pepper. Bake for 30 minutes or until the squash is soft and brown. Set aside to cool. If you have a gas burner, place the whole pepper directly into the high flame using metal tongs, turning to char it completely on all sides, about 6 minutes total. If you don’t have a gas range, halve the pepper, discard the stem and seeds, and broil on a sheet pan until charred, about 5 minutes.

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Seal the pepper in a paper bag, and set aside to steam and cool. When cool enough to handle, remove from the bag and peel off the blackened skin (it should slide off easily). Don’t rinse. If you roasted the pepper on an open flame, discard the core and seeds. Slice the pepper into thin strips. To assemble the salad, combine the kale, remaining olive oil, and the balsamic. Season with salt and pepper, and toss to coat. Layer the squash, bell peppers, pickled onions, pepitas, and goat cheese on top. COOK’S NOTES To save time, use frozen, chopped squash and bake from frozen. Consider roasting a few extra red bell peppers and storing them in an airtight container to use in salads another day. They’ll keep refrigerated for up to 4 days. Or use a small jar of roasted red peppers instead. recipe excerpted from my new table by trish magwood copyright © 2021 trish magwood. photography© ksenija hotic. published by appetite by random house®, a division of penguin random house canada limited. reproduced by arrangement with the publisher. all rights reserved.

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SMALL BUILDING, BIG VISION MAKAN CONDOS + LOFTS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SALE Though widely known for its tourist attractions, if one developer has his way, Niagara Falls will soon be home to another landmark. The brainchild of Dr. Kamal Mattar, MAKAN Condos & Lofts is coming to market this spring. This developmnet looks to set new standards for ecologically responsible architecture, while fundamentally altering how condo owners experience community.

I also want to illustrate how smart design can combat the epidemic of human loneliness, that’s increasingly common in modern society. We’ve become increasingly wired to networks and far less connected to people.” The resulting vision is an eight-unit, boutique condo that seamlessly blends modern amenities, environmentally responsible architecture, and the social benefits of communal living.

“As a father, I’m deeply concerned about the planet, and I want to demonstrate the role architecture and Here are six unique ideas that make MAKAN Condos construction must play in addressing climate change,” & Lofts one of the most progressive projects in says Mattar. “Beyond LEED or net-zero certifications, Southern Ontario.

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1

SOLAR POWER

Solar power is an established source of clean sustainable energy. Solar panels are the most efficient, durable technology on the market, with a 40-year life expectancy. MAKAN will include up to 4,000 sf of solar panels, providing an 86,400 kWh photovoltaic solar array. That’s equivalent to the energy consumption of eight homes, with integrated solar-powered electric vehicle charging. Net metering ensures owners are credited for any surplus electricity produced during the day, and battery storage protects the homes in case of a power outage.

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RAINWATER HARVESTING

Water utility rates are the fastest increasing utility cost in Ontario, and protecting clean fresh water is a priority. To help reduce consumption, the developer has incorporated rooftop rainwater harvesting, filtration and storage. By repurposing rainwater for the toilets and irrigation, the site will conserve 450,000 litres annually. Natural storm water management is achieved by conserving the green space, while permeable pavers on driveways and walkways encourage natural soil drainage.

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GEOTHERMAL HEATING AND COOLING

Heating and cooling of homes and offices account for 39% of all carbon emissions. This can be addressed by switching to geothermal exchange heating in the winter, and cooling in the summer. As a bonus, the average homeowner saves $3,000 per year in operating costs. The site will use super high efficiency heat/cooling pumps with comfortable radiant floor heating throughout. WINTER 2022 | 43


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LOCATION AND ORIENTATION

Lightly coloured finishes function as solarreflectors, minimizing thermal heat gain in the summer (the heat island effect). In the winter, passive solar heating is enabled by large windows that permit the low winter sun to flow into the interior, providing natural light and warmth. The thermal mass of the floors will store heat during the day and release it in the evening. The energy generated inside is conserved through sealed and continuous insulation, airtightness and ventilation with energy recovery.

5

SUN SHADING

Engineered cantilevered sunshades allow natural daylight into the building, while limiting solar heat gain. They also reduce the need for air conditioning in the summer and heating in the winter.

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EXTERIOR CONSIDERATIONS

By integrating the parking underground, the building is elevated 10 feet above street level. Not only will this optimize the view and add privacy, it creates natural illumination and ventilation. The outdoor space is streamlined to the rooftop terrace for everyone to enjoy the amenities and panoramic views of the Niagara Escarpment. The highlight of the 5,000 sf space is the 50' pool, overlooking the magnificent Niagara Gorge. Should owners choose to join into a community setting, they simply make their way up to the rooftop to enjoy the pool, the luxurious outdoor furniture, and the stateof-the-art barbecues. TIMELESS. ICONIC. The Next Stage of Living Only 8 luxury, boutique suites available. Prices start from $1,339,000, with sizes ranging from 1182 sq ft to 2269 sq ft. Purchasers receive custom-tailored floorplans. MAKAN Condos + Lofts is a high performance, net-zero, carbon-neutral building for a green future. To schedule a private sales presentation, email VIPAccess@harveykalles.com or call 647-919-5593

harvey kalles real estate ltd., brokerage and its representatives make no representation as to the accuracy and will not be held responsible for any discrepancies. all renderings, pricing, incentives and other information are subject to change without notice. renderings are artists concept. e&o.e.

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Trinity Bellwoods 110 CRAWFORD ST Modern and open concept red brick town across from Trinity-Bellwoods Park.

Waterfront Communities 901-81 NAVY WHARF CRT Meticulously maintained 1+1 bdrm in sought after building. Updated wide plank flooring.

Waterfront Communities 1405-88 BLUE JAYS WAY Luxury living in the heart of King West! 2 bed, 2 bath corner unit at The Bisha.

*Jamie Erlick *Shan Cheema

*Lauren Parker

*Heather Hartt

$2,388,000

$1,399,000

$2,450,990

Waterfront Communities 1409-88 BLUE JAYS WAY Lavishly upgraded, custom 2b r + den. Absolutely amazing floorplan. 2 units in 1.

Annex 2613-155 YORKVILLE AVE Bright, 2 bed, 2 bath, luxury suite in one of the most iconic addresses in Yorkville.

Annex 201-321 DAVENPORT RD One of only 18 units, upscale 2 bdrm & 2 baths suite approx 1298 sf. + outdoor space.

**Taya Day

*Lea Barclay

*Robert Greenberg *Andre Kutyan

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One-of-a-Kind Smart Home 69 South Kingsway

Every once in while, a home comes along that sets a new standard and is in a league of its own. Newly built custom home with exceptional design and finishes. Unprecedented luxury in prime Swansea neighbourhood. Stately residence with modern contemporary smart home integration. Your dream home is waiting. Call me to book a private showing.

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c02 | CENTRAL *Sales Representative **Broker

$2,788,000

$3,988,888

$5,995,000

Annex 670 HURON ST 5 br, 4 bath, 2.5 storey, approx 3500 sf, semidet. Perfect for reno or build-design project.

Annex 106 BELMONT ST Immaculate detached residence, walk to Yorkville, with garage & parking!

Annex 77 HAZELTON AVE In the heart of Yorkville. Perfect 3 bedroom townhome with a lap pool and garage.

*Donna Thompson

*Donna Thompson

*Zack Fenwick **Erik Paige

$6,349,990

$7,995,000

$9,680,000

Annex PH01-321 DAVENPORT RD Perched above a quiet, tree-lined neighbourhood, a short walk to Yorkville.

Annex 6A-36 HAZELTON AVE One of only 19 units. Live in comfort & entertain in style with bespoke interiors.

Annex 1501-206 BLOOR ST W Celebrated boutique condo. Direct elevator to full-floor suite. 4276 sf. South terrace.

*Andre Kutyan *Robert Greenberg

*Robert Greenberg *Andre Kutyan

**Elise Kalles *Zack Fenwick

WISHING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A SAFE AND HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON

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202B-660 SHEPPARD AVENUE EAST | $979,000

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ST. GABRIEL VILLAGE BY SHANE BAGHAI — 1,195 sf, 2 beds. Desirable split plan layout. 500 sf terrace. Originally the sales centre, with numerous upgrades. Fabulous amenities! Steps to Bayview Village Shopping Centre and Bayview Subway Station. Easy access to highway. Great value at under $820 per foot.

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2 LYNWOOD AVE PH2 SOLD*

1 of 2 penthouses on the top floor. 2,944 sf. 9 foot+ ceilings. 2 fireplaces. Skylight. 2 primary bdrm ensuites, balconies off living room and primary bdrm. 3 parking spots.

We are in a market where there is an extreme shortage of listing inventory. Accurate pricing is the order of the day. Call me to help make your transition simple and straightforward.


$4,880,000

Casa Loma 207-235 ST CLAIR AVE W Boutique low-rise building. Beautifully renovated,huge modern open-concept.

Casa Loma 403-349 ST CLAIR AVE W Stunning corner penthouse suite approx 2111 sf in an intimate boutique building.

Casa Loma 21 GLEN EDYTH DRIVE South Hill exclusive cul-de-sac. Exquisite gardens. Canopy of mature trees.

*Risa Freeman

*Carolyn Feldman *Adam Feldman

**Elise Kalles

$1,195,000

$4,195,000

$4,995,000

Yonge-St Clair 502-10 DELISLE AVE Beautiful 2 bed, 2 bath unit in midtown Toronto. Spacious and light-filled.

Yonge-St Clair 1903-625 AVENUE RD Prestigious Deer Park. 3504 sf, half-floor, northeast corner suite. Perfect for entertaining.

Yonge-St Clair 1908-61 ST CLAIR AVE W Granite Place. 3750 sf penthouse suite. 3 terraces afford stunning panoramic views.

*Joshua Wolfman *Robert Greenberg

**Elise Kalles

**Elise Kalles *Zack Fenwik

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$1,549,000

*Sales Representative **Broker

$1,099,000

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www.johnrfortney.ca 105 GEORGE STREET #404 — $749,000

“TRANQUILITY VILLA” — $995,000 US

Urban chic Post House condo in high demand downtown location. Desirable end-unit with two bedrooms and large balcony. Ready to move in now and enjoy!

Breathtaking views! 6 bed, 5 bath two-storey villa is just a minute from the beach and from “Soup Bowl,” one of the best surfing destinations in the world.

WISHING YOU A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY SEASON AND A SAFE AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!

looking outside toronto, maybe a beachfront home or mountain chalet? i have access to luxury properties around the world through harvey kalles real estate’s professional affiliations.

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co3-c04 | CENTRAL *Sales Representative **Broker

$1,299,000

$2,599,999

$1,529,000

Yonge-Eglinton 3104-33 HELENDALE AVE Spectacular, spacious penthouse 1092 sf. Whitehaus Condo by Lifetime Developments.

Yonge-Eglinton 989 AVENUE RD Completely renovated legal triplex, fantastic income property in high demand rental area.

Bedford Park-Nortown 394 OLD ORCHARD GROVE Original bungalow with one-storey addition. Approximately 891 sf + 917 sf basement.

*Robert Greenberg *Reza Ipchilar

*Bailey Horenfeldt

*Andre Kutyan *Robert Greenberg

$1,588,000

$1,795,000

$4,200,000

Bedford Park-Nortown 68 SYLVAN VALLEYWAY Stunning townhome on quiet Lawrence Park street, steps to Avenue and Lawrence.

Bedford Park-Nortown 236-3600 YONGE ST 1950 sf, garden lvl, southwest facing. 300 sf terrace with gas line & bbq. 2 best pkg spots.

Bedford Park-Nortown PH4-3900 YONGE ST Rarely offered penthouse approx 3235 sf southeast corner suite. Spectacular views.

*Adam Weiner **Karen Gurland

*Stephen Bianco

**Elise Kalles *Natalie Kopman

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416.450.4070 info@elisestern.com

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561 BRIAR HILL AVE** SOLD

609C HARVIE AVE

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12 RIDELLE AVE LEA S ED

8 COVINGTON RD #804 & #408

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6 CLINTON ST SOL D*

12 OLD PARK RD

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160 ARMOUR BLVD SOL D

175 CUMBERLAND AVE #2502** **exclusive *represented buyer

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$3,998,000

Bedford Park-Nortown 127 RIDLEY BLVD Coveted Cricket Club locale. Indiana limestone, approx 4000 sf + lower level.

Englemount-Lawrence 77 FAIRHOLME AVE Fantastic custom built home in beautiful sought after pocket!

Englemount-Lawrence 160 VIEWMOUNT AVE Stunning custom built home in the Englemount-Lawrence neighbourhood!

*Chaim Talpalar

*Adam Weiner **John Qureshi

*Adam Weiner *Michael Silverberg

$2,595,000

$2,688,000

$2,995,000

Forest Hill North 603 CASTLEFIELD AVE Future estate home in one of Toronto’s most coveted neighbourhoods and school districts.

Lawrence Park North 226 LAWRENCE AVE W Completely renovated detached home in prestigious Lawrence Park. 50 ft lot.

Lawrence Park North 179 DINNICK CRES Stunning renovated home on sweeping corner lot in popular Lawrence Park!

*Zack Fenwick **Erik Page

**Kwang Sik Choi

*Adam Weiner *Brandon Weiss

$749,000

$599,000

$799,500

Bathurst Manor 103-800 SHEPPARD AVE W Rare opportunity in one of North York’s finest boutique bldgs. Secluded garden setting.

Clanton Park 259-31 TIPPETT RD Beautiful brand new condo. Convenient 3 minutes walk to Wilson Subway Station.

Church-Yonge Corridor 707-8 WELLESLEY ST E Spacious 2 bed, 2 full bath, approx 965 sf in quiet loft building. Soaring 10 ft ceilings.

*Jack Samuel

*Matthew Hua

*Lynn Kay

$988,000

$1,878,000

$3,890,000

Church-Yonge Corridor 702-110 CHARLES ST E Stunning corner unit in X-Condo Building. Bright 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms suite.

Church-Yonge Corridor 512-1 BLOOR ST E Exceptionally designed & rarely available 2-storey unit! 1630 sf, 2+1 bed, 3 bath.

Church-Yonge Corridor PH1-50 CHARLES ST E Penthouse One in CASA III, great views, Steps to Yonge-Bloor and Yorkville!

*Jacqueline Nimer

**Erik Paige

*Kyle Konopelky *Adam Weiner

c04-c08 | CENTRAL

$3,195,000

*Sales Representative **Broker

$6,288,000

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c08-c12 | CENTRAL *Sales Representative **Broker

$749,000

$1,059,000

$1,139,990

Moss Park 404-105 GEORGE ST Urban chic 2 bed Post House Condominium in high demand downtown location.

Rosedale-Moore Park 301-40 GLEN RD Previously a 3 bdrm unit, this one has been completely renovated into a spacious 2+den.

Rosedale-Moore Park 405-6 JACKES AVE Modern, west-facing 1 bed+den, 949 sf, contemporary Irpinia kitchen, Miele appliances.

*John R Fortney

*Brandon Weiss *Mark Adelson

*Zack Fenwick **Erik Paige

$1,488,990

$1,595,000

$3,699,000

Rosedale-Moore Park 511-6 JACKES AVE Elegant new building by Aspen Ridge Home. Luxurious lifestyle in the heart of the city.

Rosedale-Moore Park 21-1 BAXTER ST Exclusive gated townhouse. Sleek open concept. Modern kitchen & w/o to balcony.

Rosedale-Moore Park 37 ALVIN AVE This property ticks all the boxes. Re-imagined as a condo alternative. Offices on ground floor.

*Zack Fenwick **Erik Paige

*Carolyn Feldman *Adam Feldman

**Perry Betel

$1,599,900

$4,389,000

$5,688,000

Mount Pleasant West 5 GLEBE RD E Detached 3 units w/ 3pkg. New roof (2018), ideal investment, great cash flow.

Leaside 40 RYKERT CRES Leaside ravine sanctuary. Deep ravine lot with lots of table land & forever views.

Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 309-1 POST RD Overlooking beautiful ravine, private elevator to 4040 sf of luxurious elegance.

*Errol Paulicpulle *Mona Fatima Badi

*Jamie Erlick *Shan Cheema

**Billy So *Mimi Yau

$6,000,000

$6,000,000

$26,900,000

Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 2445 BAYVIEW AVE Attention builders, developers/investors! Prime lot in Bridle Path neighbourhood.

Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 1 COUNTRY LANE Attention builders, developers/investors. Huge corner lot of 99.93 X 164.93 feet.

Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 16 STRATHEDEN RD One of the most significant homes in Toronto. Timeless masterpiece.

*Karen Rosenberg *Geraldine Del Zotto

*Karen Rosenberg *Geraldine Del Zotto

*Karen Rosenberg *Geraldine Del Zotto

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$979,000

St Andrew-Winfields 19 YORK RIDGE RD Elegant manor home sitting on a 212.97' x 147.60' lot on a private cul-de-sac.

Victoria Village 611-1730 EGLINTON AVE E Stunning industrial farmhouse-inspired condo with south view of downtown.

Bayview Village 202B-660 SHEPPARD AVE E 1195 sf, 2 bed, 2 bathroom split-plan unit at St. Gabriel’s. 500 sf terrace. Many upgrades.

*Brucyne Sud

*Adam Locke

**Howard Biderman

$1,898,000

$648,900

$2,695,000

Bayview Village 45 HAWKSBURY DR Amazing opportunity in sought after Bayview Village! Live in, renovate, or build new!

Henry Farm 217-36 FOREST MANOR RD Assignment sale of the Lumina condo of Emerald City (Sheppard/Don Mills).

South Riverdale 63 JONES AVE This newly built beauty with tons of square footage spread over three floors.

*Adam Weiner

*Dina Shoraka

*Adam Weiner **Stephanie Franzem

28 Alameda Circle SOLD in Vaughan

1508-7 Townsgate Dr SOLD** in Oakville

318-100 Bronte Road SOLD* in Toronto

505-1 Avondale Ave

SOLD in Toronto

44 Clifton Ave SOLD in Vaughan

117-2 Maison Parc Court SOLD* in Toronto

405-22 Wellesley St E SOLD* in Toronto

704-525 Wilson Ave

HARVEY KALLES

SOLD in Vaughan

62 Joseph Aaron Blvd SOLD in Toronto

2402-830 Lawrence Ave W SOLD* in Milton

914 Deverell Place LEASED*** in Toronto

1101-5 Everson Dr

DIRECT: 416.505.1126 OFFICE: 416.441.2888 karen@karendaniel.ca www.karendaniel.ca

*REPRESENTED BUYER **REPRESENTED BUYER & SELLER ***REPRESENTED LANDLORD

SOLD in Vaughan

| CENTRAL/EAST

$598,500

*Sales Representative **Broker

$6,995,000

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| EAST/WEST *Sales Representative **Broker

$1,599,000

$719,900

$2,200,000

Wexford-Maryvale 89 LYNVALLEY CRES Spectacular modern masterpiece with the highest level of workmanship.

Woodbine Corridor 302-2055 DANFORTH AVE Boutique building, great amenities, excellent location. Bright and spacious 2 bed 2 bath.

Woodbine-Lumsden 7 BRACEBRIDGE AVE 50' x 100' lot w/ severance in hand for two lots (25' x 100'each). Available w/ plans & permits.

*Stephanie Toufexis *Shawn Tessier

*Carol-Anne Warrington *Barbra Pollock

*Ed Abdou

$899,000

$2,098,000

$1,325,000

Briar Hill-Belgravia 60 CHAMBERLAIN AVE Perfect home for first-time buyers or investor. On a quiet family-friendly street.

Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction 79 PENDRITH ST Breathtaking updated home just steps to Christie Pitts Park & Bloor St!

Downsview-Roding-CFB 107 FREDERICK TISDALE DR Upgraded 5+1 bedroom family home built by Stafford Homes with finished basement.

**Micky Lehava

*Adam Weiner

*Adam Feldman

$1,349,000

$6,680,000

$4,377,000

Downsview-Roding-CFB 100 WILLIAM DUNCAN RD Brand new modern 3353 sf “Cooper” Townhouse in Downsview Park!

High Park-Swansea 69 SOUTH KINGSWAY Newly built masterpiece with elegant details. 5,900+ ft of endless curated luxury.

Humber Heights 1 WESTMOUNT PARK RD Designer built home leaves you breathless as soon as you walk thru the door.

*Jamie Erlick *Shan Cheema

*Jorgina Lee

*Ana Santos

$2,999,999

$1,150,000

$999,000

Islington-City Centre West 88 BURROWS AVE Brand new custom-built masterpiece by Westrose Construction!

Kingsview Village-The Westway 306-2010 ISLINGTON AVE Fully renovated 2 bed + den condo. 2400 sf, 3 bath, w/ private terrace, 2 pkg, 1 locker.

Maple Leaf 41 RORY RD Close to Humber River Hospital, Great schools & short drive to Yorkdale Mall.

**Evan Christensen **Niels Christensen

*Ana Santos

**Frank Fallico *Anthony Lagrotta

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| WEST

$4,500,000

$2,999,900

Mississauga-Lakeview 937 GOODWIN RD Custom built detached home on 160' pool sized lot. Prime lakeview location.

Mississauga-Mineola 78 HOLLYROOD HEIGHTS DR Sensational French Provincial custom home, 7,000+ total sf with the finest materials.

New Toronto 28A THIRD ST Buy with only $786k down! Six plex, fully renovated in 2018/2019. 4% cap rate!

*David Oey

*David Oey

*Errol Paulicpulle *Mona Fatima Badi

$1,299,000

$699,999

$2,400,000

Port Credit TH03-21 PARK ST Assignment sale, brand new condo townhouse in prime neighbourhood.

South Parkdale 618-15 LAIDLAW ST Perfect space for trendy downtown living, one-of-a-kind unit w/lots of upgrades.

Stonegate-Queensway 68 THOMPSON AVE Brand new transitional modern residence overlooking Mimico Creek.

*Lorena Martinez

*Matthew Zimmerman

*David Oey

*Sales Representative **Broker

$2,980,000

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| WEST/NORTH/COTTAGE COUNTRY *Sales Representative **Broker

$1,199,900

$1,699,000

$4,500,000

West Humber-Clairville 495 SILVERSTONE DR Detached 4+1 bed, 2+1 bath, 1+1 kitchen home. Gleaming hardwood flrs thruout.

Yorkdale-Glen Park 11 ENID CRES Approval to build apx 7,630 total sf home designed by Drew Laszlo Architect.

Markham 4031 16TH AVE Globally renowned boutique developer. Can come fully furnished with bespoke pieces.

*Romeo Chadley Crisostomo **Romeila Son

*Ryan Wood

**Richard K.C. Ling

$4,743,780

$1,649,000

$615,500

Markham 4031 16TH AVE Boutique developer globally renowned for unsurpassed quality in all his homes.

Richmond Hill 25 WILLOWBANK AVE Rarely offered waterfront lot in prestigious Lake Wilcox. Architectural & design drawings.

Richmond Hill 3908-175 MILLWAY AVE Assignment Sale. Spacious 1 bed + den, 2 full bath. Den can be used as 2nd bed. 1 Locker.

**Richard K.C. Ling

*Gloria Defrancesco

*Ed Abdou

$799,000

$1,180,000

$1,949,000

Ajax 158 BAYLY ST W Freehold 3 bed + 3 bath townhome. Bamboo on main with w/o to yard. Spacious kitchen.

Barrie 8 PEACOCK LANE Private renovated side split home on an extra wide lot located in a high demand area.

Whitby 9375 GARRARD RD Build your dream home. A rare 78 acres of vacant land minutes to the 407.

*Romeo Chadley Crisostomo **Romeila Son

*Jay Sharifi

*Carly Picov

$1,700,000

$2,195,000

$2,329,000

Ottawa 1436 STE MARIE Excellent 49 acre lot in the township of Russell. Possible future rezone.

Huntsville - Fairy Lake 211-727 GRANDVIEW DR Luxurious 2 bed, 3 bath condo with endless amenities on stunning Fairy Lake.

Muskoka - Lake Joseph 399 HEALY LAKE RD Stunning sunset point on 2,362 feet of assessed shore fronting on 3.47 acres.

*Ana Santos

**John Aben **Mark Aben

*Richard Scully

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$17,900,000

Muskoka - Lake Muskoka 1480 ACTON ISLAND RD For family seeking the best of location, views, exposure and finer accommodation..

Muskoka - Lake Rosseau 38 PEACOCK RD Recently completed 3300+sqft cottage with 210’ on prestigious Lake Rosseau.

Lake Simcoe - Kempenfelt Bay 2615 RIDGE ROAD WEST Family compound on 17.24-Acres. 2 magnificent homes each approx 15,000 sf.

*Richard Scully

**John Aben **Mark Aben

*Stephanie Adams **Elise Kalles

$715,000

$1,430,000

$3,300,000

San Mateo, Costa Rica CASA 40 A jewel in the paradise of Costa Rica. Beautiful 3 bed, 3 bath with coach house

San Mateo, Costa Rica CASA 30 Luxury living in the heart of Costa Rica. Custom built 3 bedroom, 3 bath.

San Mateo, Costa Rica CASA MARACUYA Costa Rica family compound or investment property with 5 villas.

*Donna Thompson

*Donna Thompson

*Donna Thompson

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from our home to yours!

| COTTAGE COUNTRY/OUTSIDE

$7,495,000

*Sales Representative **Broker

$6,989,000

ANITA EVANS SALES REPRESENTATIVE

DIRECT: 416.918.0727 OFFICE: 416.441.2888 anita@harveykalles.com Listed locally. Marketed globally.

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kalles cares This winter, we donated 2,150 food baskets to low income families and the homeless population in downtown Toronto. Thank you to the Growing Neighbourhoods Foundation in conjunction with Building Roots for facilitating their distribution. We would encourage you to donate to organizations that support the homeless population, especially during the winter months. Giving back to the community is a central tenet of the Harvey Kalles Real Estate culture. We are so proud of our team’s commitment to helping others. Congratulations on all of your achievements in making Toronto and the GTA a better place to live. We proudly supported a number of charities in 2021 including: Baycrest Centre Foundation

Holland Bloorview

Princess Margaret Hospital

Blue Door Foundation

Interval House

Ronald McDonald House

Building Roots

Kids Help Phone

Rotary Club Toronto

CAMH Foundation

Make A Wish Foundation

Save A Child's Heart

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Mount Sinai Hospital

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Covenant House

North York General Hospital

Second Harvest

Daily Bread Food Bank

North York Women's Shelter

Stop Community Food Centre

Gilda's Club

Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

Sunnybrook Hospital



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